Wallace Wilson

Standard Name: Wilson, Wallace
Used Form: Wallace Algernon Wilson

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Family and Intimate relationships Ethel Wilson
Ethel Bryant married Dr Wallace Algernon Wilson , at a quiet ceremony at Wesley Methodist Church in Vancouver.
McAlpine, Mary. The Other Side of Silence: A Life of Ethel Wilson. Harbour, 1988.
67-8
Family and Intimate relationships Ethel Wilson
After another period of illness, Wallace Wilson died of a heart attack. This was a loss from which EW would never fully recover.
Stouck, David. Ethel Wilson: A Critical Biography. University of Toronto Press, 2003.
274-5
Family and Intimate relationships Ethel Wilson
In 1942 Wallace Wilson joined the army again. He had previously served in 1915 at a base for Allied operations in Greece as a member of the Royal Canadian Medical Corps . As a part...
Family and Intimate relationships Ethel Wilson
In 1947, Wallace Wilson fell ill with what doctors believed to be a severe form of dermatitis or eczema. For eighteen months he was seriously ill. He lost his hair and his entire body was...
Family and Intimate relationships Ethel Wilson
After a few years of improved health, in mid-October of 1954 Wallace suffered a heart attack and spent several weeks in intensive care. EW acknowledged the need to limit their social engagements at this time...
Family and Intimate relationships Ethel Wilson
On December 20th, 1964, Wallace suffered his sixth and most critical heart attack. EW wrote to John Gray, he has been very much on the brink.
Stouck, David. Ethel Wilson: A Critical Biography. University of Toronto Press, 2003.
274
He was extremely slow to recover his strength.
Health Ethel Wilson
From about this year until the mid-1950s, EW and her husband faced renewed health problems.
Stouck, David. Ethel Wilson: A Critical Biography. University of Toronto Press, 2003.
180, 208, 215-6
Material Conditions of Writing Ethel Wilson
EW 's desire to present herself as an amateur writer who published merely by chance has complicated determining her method of composing Hetty Dorval. In her talk Somewhere Near the Truth given at the...
Material Conditions of Writing Ethel Wilson
The Equations of Love, consisting of Lilly's Story and Tuesday and Wednesday, appeared after Wallace Wilson 's prolonged and life-threatening illness.
Wealth and Poverty Ethel Wilson
In 1931, Wallace Wilson was admitted as a Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons . His practice was now located on West Georgia Street, a desirable area of Vancouver. In a...

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